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Fudadin grows with maiden century

Basseterre, St Kitts - It took Assad Fudadin longer than expected to register his maiden first-class century, but now that he has it under his belt, the Guyana batsman is looking for many more.

The 26-year-old left-hander reached three figures for the first time in his 44th first-class match in last weekend’s victory against Combined Campuses & Colleges in the third round of the Regional 4 Day tournament. He made a hard-fought 102 not out in close to five hours at the crease as the Guyanese earned a big first innings lead.

Guyana win despite Walton's great ton

BASSETERRE, St. Kitts, CMC – Half-centuries from Leon Johnson and Narsingh Deonarine trumped Chadwick Walton’s maiden first-class hundred, propelling Guyana to an historic four-wicket victory over Combined Campuses & Colleges in the Regional 4-Day Tournament on Sunday.

Johnson hit the top score of 54 and Deonarine made 50, as the Guyanese, in pursuit of 217 for victory, hit the jackpot about 20 minutes before the scheduled close on the final day of their third round match at Warner Park.

Raymon Reifer, Walton keep CCC alive

 

BASSETERRE, St Kitts, CMC – Positive half-centuries from Raymon Reifer and Chadwick Walton propped up Combined Campuses and Colleges and gave them a fighting chance, heading into the final day of their third round clash withGuyana here Saturday.

Fudadin ton guides Guyana

Basseterre, St Kitts, CMC – Assad Fudadin stroked his maiden first class century to put Guyana in charge against Combined Campuses and Colleges on the second day of their third round Regional 4Day match on Friday.

The 26-year-old left-hander carved out a wonderful, unbeaten 102 as Guyana marched to 320 all out in response to CCC’s 194, after resuming the day at Warner Park on 72 for two. At the close, CCC had stumbled to 16 for one, still 110 runs behind.

Permaul tops Holder and Bonner

BASSETERRE, St. Kitts, CMC – A penetrative spell from Veerasammy Permaul trumped half-centuries from Nkrumah Bonner and Jason Holder to give Guyana the edge over Combined Campuses & Colleges in the Regional 4 Day Tournament on Thursday.

Left-arm spinner Permaul, the Guyana captain, grabbed five wickets for 63 runs from 22.3 overs and Brandon Bess supported with three for 38 from nine overs, as CCC, choosing to bat, were dismissed for 194 in their first innings about 40 minutes after tea on the opening day of their third round match at Warner Park.

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